Tuesday, May 17, 2011
Thomas Sowell: Economic Facts and Fallacies, Part 1
I'm certainly not alone when thinking that had Thomas Sowell been my Economics 101 professor the subject would have become my Major. Dr. Sowell learned his profession from Milton Friedman and others who preceded the Nobel Laureate, and he, better than anyone, has that special talent that allows him to make an otherwise dry and boring topic not only understandable, but even interesting.
This is part 1 of a five part interview with Peter Robinson about the second edition of his newest book: Economic Facts and Fallacies.